As part of the Wild Bush Luxury collective, we have a commitment to sustainability and conservation to share our ecologically unique environments with our guests.
While Arkaba previously operated as a sheep station, the previous owners, Dean & Lizzie Rasheed, had done much work to reduce the damage that rabbits do to the landscape, and in 2009 when it was taken on by Wild Bush Luxury, the vision behind the landscape changed from one of pastoral use to one of conservation supported by tourism.
Arkaba’s vision has been developed to allow conservation and tourism to mutually benefit in what is a symbiotic relationship, offering guests the opportunity to connect with nature and contribute to the preservation of this unique environment.
It is our innate desire and responsibility to ensure we’re contributing to the conservation of Australia’s natural and cultural heritage and to the local communities we work with.
We are guided by using a 4C framework: Conservation, Community, Culture and Commerce.